Win tickets to advance Much Ado About Nothing screenings in Canada! Scene Creek is hosting a contest to give away tickets to advance screening of Much Ado About Nothing in Edmonton, Calgary, Halifax, Ottawa and Winnipeg. More...
The perils of using Shakespeare as a screenplay. The New Yorker has what seems to me to be a rather strange article on Much Ado, which criticizes Joss for not putting his own stamp on the material.
Vincent Kartheiser IS Bat Warthog Man! The actor formerly known as The Destroyer will be doing some voice acting on the upcoming "Axe Cop" cartoon (based on the popular web comic and Dark Horse comic books created by five year old Malachai Nicholle and his older brother Ethan). Patton Oswalt will play Sockarang. More...
Joss Whedon finds time to do 'Much Ado'. Emma Bates talks to JSOnline: "He's somebody who's always cooking up something. Still, it was so hilarious. I mean, how secret can Shakespeare be?"
Much Ado About Nothing cast discuss their favorite fellow cast members. There's a surprising degree of consistency of opinion here.
Total Film: In conversation with Joss Whedon. Total Film talks to Whedon about, well, a lot of things: Shakespeare, Much Ado, Avengers 2, Firefly, Buffy, Angel, and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Much Ado about Nathan Fillion and Clark Gregg. A great interview with 2 fun guys who spend the entire time riffing off each other.
Chloe Bennet discusses Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and working with Joss. Bennet portrays the character Skye in the upcoming series.
Much Ado About Nothing Canadian theaters for the week of June 21st. Theater showtimes & locations from Tribute.ca search listings. More...
Joss Whedon, Modern Dress Shakespeare, and the Problem of Class in Classrooms. A teacher and Shakespearean enthusiast looks at how class is presented in Much Ado and from there, how it is treated in today's world. Part One of Two.
Dark Horse Presents #25 (featuring a Buffy Season 9 tale) is out this week. The issue features the first part of a Billy story penned by Jane Espenson and drawn by Karl Moline.
Firefly, Snap Zooms, and Joss Whedon’s influence on Man of Steel. A neat piece on Joss's use of the "snap zoom" in Firefly, and how it has influenced action cinematography.